What Makes a Brown Diamond Brown?
When most people think of diamonds, the image that first comes to mind is that of a sparkling white diamond. However, diamonds form in many colors from blue to brown, yellow and even pink, the most rare of naturally-occurring diamonds.
These all fall under the category of fancy colored diamonds, which form over millions of years in an endless array of hues that are impacted by compounds in the earth or the absorption of light. Brown diamonds get their color from nitrogen, as well as light being absorbed.
While brown diamonds are the most commonly found, every natural diamond is rare. Brown diamonds are unique because they combine affordability with beauty and versatility. Every natural brown diamond has its own hue and character, letting you find just the right color and shape that suits you.
Why Should You Choose a Ben Bridge Diamond?
Throughout our 112-year history, we’ve been proud of our commitment to sourcing natural diamonds. We believe the rarity and beauty is what makes diamonds a worthy representation of your unique story and style. There’s something special about looking at a brown diamond in the light and appreciating the color and depth formed over millennia by the forces of nature. It’s something that simply can’t be replicated.
At Ben Bridge, you’ll only find responsibly sourced diamonds that go through our own rigorous quality control process. Yet, the aspect of our business we are most proud of is the relationships we build with our patrons and a quality of service that has persisted for over a century.
Our Personal Jewelers are diamond enthusiasts with the expertise and know-how to help connect you with the perfect piece. Whether you are shopping for a thoughtful gift, an engagement ring, or an elegant everyday look for yourself, we look forward to building a meaningful relationship and connecting you with the right jewelry. Find your local Ben Bridge store to get a first-hand look at brown diamond jewelry or browse some of our favorites online.